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Second International Workshop on Sign Language Translation and Avatar Technology (SLTAT)

SLTAT 2011

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SYMBOLIC TRANSLATION  
Lexicographic and linguistic approaches
Use of corpora to inform translation
Modelling of signing space for translation
Handling of productive signs, classifier constructions, and constructed action
Incorporation of non-manual features in production
Consideration of emotional and prosodic aspects
AVATAR ANIMATION  
Requirements for signing avatar technology
Linguistically-informed notations for gestural animation
Use of corpora to inform animation
Realistic animation of manual and bodily gestures
Flexibility in animation of facial gestures and mouthing
USABILITY  
Evaluation results for practical translation systems
Evaluation methodologies for signing translation systems
Realism and acceptability of signing avatars
Efficient content creation and editing tools for signing texts
 
 


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